CAST & Production Support

EDDIE…………………………………………………………………..………..….…….Ross Beschler*
JESS………………………………………………………………..……………………….Cianna Castro
ANI………………………………………………………………………………………..Rachel Handler*
JOHN…………………….………………………………………………..……………Christian Prentice*

Stage Manager………………………………………………….……………………Leslie Ann Boyden*
Production Assistant…………………………………………………………………..Triston Haq

Charlotte Hill, Music Recordings
Katie Samson, Accessibility Consultant
Abby Weissman, Intimacy Coordinator
Danielle Joh, Wardrobe Supervisor
Sabrina Reichert, Wardrobe Assistant
Dan Barland, Head Carpenter
Patrick Dougherty, Assistant Carpenter
Colin Lang, Lighting Supervisor
Jeremy Hugo, Assistant Lighting Supervisor
Olivia Denison, Sound Supervisor
Allison Britt, Assistant Sound Supervisor
Brian Morsberger, Video Supervisor
Heather Pynne, House Assistant
Kelly Palmer, House Assistant
Alicia Crosby, Props Artisan

Tyler Rocio Ecoña, Community Consultant for Programming
Alex Boyle, Art-Reach
Alasia Destine-DeFreece, Art-Reach

Jos Duncan Asé
Nell Bang-Jensen
Rebecca Bradbeer
Christina Campbell
Shannon DeVido
Patricia San Felice
Julie Rainbow
Katie Samson
Esina Sia
Aeisha Talley
Melissa Talley-Palmer
Mama Carla Wiley

*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

Art-Reach is a non-profit organization that creates connections between the disability community and the cultural arts. Learn more at

Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theatres
and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, and
employs members of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and United Scenic Artists. The scenic,
costume, lighting and sound designers in LORT Theatres are represented by United Scenic Artists, Local
USA-829 of the IATSE. PTC is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for
American Theatre, and is a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT).

Photos, Videotaping, or other video or audio recording during the production is strictly prohibited, is a violation of United States copyright law, and is an actionable Federal Offense.


Martyna Majok was born in Bytom, Poland and raised in Jersey and Chicago. She was awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and received a nomination for Best Play at the 2023 Tony Awards for Cost of Living. Other plays include Sanctuary City, Queens, and Ironbound, which have been produced across American and international stages. Other awards include the Obie Award for Playwriting, the Hull-Warriner Award, the Academy of Arts and Letters’ Benjamin Hadley Danks Award for Exceptional Playwriting, the Off-Broadway Alliance Best New Play Award, the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding New Play, the Hermitage Greenfield Prize as the first female recipient in drama, the Champions of Change Award from the NYC Mayor’s Office, the Francesca Primus Prize, two Jane Chambers Playwriting Awards, the Lanford Wilson Prize, the Lilly Award’s Stacey Mindich Prize, the Helen Merrill Emerging Playwright Award, the Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding Original New Play, the Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award, the ANPF Women’s Invitational Prize, the David Calicchio Prize, the Global Age Project Prize, the NYTW 2050 Fellowship, the NNPN Smith Prize for Political Playwriting, and the Merage Foundation Fellowship for The American Dream. Martyna studied at Yale School of Drama, Juilliard, University of Chicago, and Jersey public schools. She was a 2012-2013 NNPN playwright-in-residence, the 2015-2016 PoNY Fellow at the Lark Play Development Center, and a 2018-2019 Hodder Fellow at Princeton University. Martyna is currently writing a musical adaptation of The Great Gatsby, with music by Florence Welch and Thomas Bartlett, and developing TV and film for Plan B, Pastel, and MRC.

Jeffrey L. Page, an Emmy-nominated director and choreographer celebrated for his dynamic theater and dance direction, earned the Douglas and Ethel Watt Critics’ Choice Award for his vibrant choreography in the 1776 Broadway Revival. Collaborating with icons like Beyoncé and influencing productions from Memphis to Ain’t Misbehavin’, Page’s work resonates globally. His film credits include Making Micheaux (director) and Freedom (choreographer). Academically distinguished as the first African American to receive The Juilliard School’s Marcus Institute Fellowship, Jeffrey also imparts knowledge at Harvard and The New School. As the leader of Movin’ Legacy, Page’s artistry continues to innovate with projects like The Trojan Women, solidifying his stature in modern performing arts. | @jeffreylpage |

Christopher Ash – Equally at home designing projections, scenery, and lighting for theater, opera, and dance, as well as direction and cinematography for film, he has had work produced in 17 countries and recognized for 16 awards. He made his Broadway debut in 2015 as assistant scenic designer for On the Town and has since contributed to productions of New York, New York, Sunday in the Park with George, Saint Joan, Prince of Broadway, An Act of God, The Crucible, and Network the last two directed by Ivo van Hove. He recently premiered Dead Man Walking and Don Giovanni at the Metropolitan Opera, and the ballet Callas La Divina for the Municipal in Santiago, Chile where he was recognized with a Critics Choice award. He has created work for numerous regional American theaters, and productions at the Paris Opera, Canadian Opera Company, Houston Grand, and Lyric Opera of Chicago, Ballet Hispanico, and Houston Ballet, among others. He is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia and the Yale School of Drama. Instagram @christopherash1

Tiffany Bacon is the Creative & Production Director for WURD Radio and began her career in radio in 1990 at WRTI. At Power 99FM she created Inner City, a show that broke new artists like Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild, and more. Tiffany Bacon is the co-author of a health & wellness program for African American teens. Talking Matters is currently being tested for effectiveness by the Research & Evaluation Group at Public Health Management Corporation. Tiffany is also a freelance costume designer whose work has been featured at Quintessence Theatre Group, The Lantern Theater Company, Theatre Exile, & Passage Theatre, to name a few. Tiffany is the 2022 winner of the Philadelphia Best Costume Design for a Play or Musical for the Theatre in the X production of Dreamgirls.

Natalie Robin is a lighting designer, labor organizer, and educator. She is the full-time organizer of United Scenic Artis, Local 829, IATSE, of which she is a proud, longtime member, and believes everyone should have the protections of a union. Previously, she taught at several institutions of higher education. Collaborations include The Wanderers at City Theater Company, Backing Track at the Arden, The Sorceress for the National Yiddish Theatre-Folksbiene, Dionysus Was Such a Nice Man at the Wilma, and both Rachel and Awake and Sing at the Quintessence Theater Group. | @natalierobinld |

Jordan McCree is an artist based in Philadelphia. Their most recent collaborations include The BFG (Arden Theatre Company), Grief Hotel (Clubbed Thumb), Sandblasted (Theatre Horizon), Eternal Life Part 1 (The Wilma Theater), Empathitrax (Philadelphia Theatre Company), and the 2021 World Premiere of Fat Ham (The Wilma Theater), as well as the short film The World Takes and feature film The Karamazovs. In 2022, they were a grant recipient of the 1/52 Project. Jordan is a member of the Philly-based, Barrymore Award-winning hip-hop collective ILL DOOTS. Their project, Co-Missions EP, is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and Bandcamp. #ILLMOVEMENT | ILLDOOTS.COM | @j_o_r_d_n

Leslie Ann Boyden is a Philadelphia-based stage manager, having previously worked with the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Theatre Horizon, The Wilma Theater, Pig Iron Theatre Company, Azuka Theatre, Simpatico Theatre, Shakespeare in Clark Park, Act II Playhouse, Arden Theatre Company, Millbrook Playhouse, and Hedgerow Theatre. She graduated from Indiana University Bloomington in 2014 with a B.A. in Theatre and Drama. | Instagram: @laboyden320

Jess McPhillips | People’s Light: True West, Alice in Wonderland: A Musical Panto, Grand Horizons. Arden Theatre Company: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Radio Golf, Into The Woods, Backing Track, A Streetcar Named Desire, Cabaret, A Year with Frog and Toad; Act II Playhouse: Souvenir, Looking Over the President’s Shoulder, Cafe Puttanesca, Same Time Next Year, Biloxi Blues, Tuesdays with Morrie; 1812 Productions: Hope and Gravity, This Is The Week That Is. Jess is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.

Charlotte Hill is a chamber musician, songwriter, administrator, and teacher. Holding degrees in Piano Performance, Politics, and Environmental Studies from Oberlin College & Conservatory, she is currently pursuing a doctorate in piano at Stony Brook University. Her major mentors include Gilbert Kalish, Haewon Song, Angela Park, and Rie Matsumoto. Alongside her mother Meg, Charlotte is proud to co-run Music at Port Milford, an international chamber music festival and summer school. When not in front of the 88 keys or sending summer camp emails, Charlotte brings her musical voice to her New York-based songwriting project, The Mops.

Taylor Williams is an Artios Award-Winning casting director. Select Credits. Film: The Front Room (A24), Omni Loop (2am Films), Good One (Smudge Films). Broadway: The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, POTUS: Or…Keep Him Alive, Slave Play, Is This a Room & Dana H, What the Constitution Means to Me. New Media: amfAR’s The Great Work Begins featuring scenes from Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, Ratatouille: the TikTok Musical benefit for the Actors Fund. Taylor is the resident casting director at Page 73 Productions. She has been involved in casting various productions throughout the United States, including Stereophonic (Playwrights Horizons), Daniel Fish’s Oklahoma! (Fisher Center and National Tour), Aleshea Harris’ Is God Is (Soho Rep), Daniel Fish’s Most Happy (Fisher Center and Williamstown), Branden Jacob-Jenkins An Octoroon (Soho Rep and TFANA).  Upcoming: Sam Gold and Amy Herzog’s An Enemy of the People with Jeremy Strong, Michael Imperioli on Broadway, Teeth at Playwrights Horizons.

Abby Weissman is an intimacy professional, director, educator, arts administrator (and more!) based in Philadelphia. She is a company member of Revolution Shakespeare and a proud alumnus of Northwestern University and the Arden Professional Apprentice Program. Most recently, she has spent her time teaching consent at colleges across the country with Speak About It, directing light opera with Penn Singers and the Vocal Academy of Opera in Bodrum, Turkey, and coordinating free teen performing arts programming with Opera Philadelphia. Training includes Theatrical Intimacy Education, Intimacy Directors and Coordinators, and Intimacy Coordinators of Color. Love to the BBLGS.

Ross Beschler is a founding member of the Wilma Theatre’s Hothouse ensemble and a member of the site-specific performance collective Die-Cast. Ross teaches voice and acting at Rowan University. Select credits include Twelfth Night, The Cherry Orchard, Minor Character, Describe the Night, Bootycandy, and Our Class (Wilma); Indecent (Arden); Maple & Vine (City Theatre); End Days (People’s Light); Hunter Gatherers (Exile); Delirium (EgoPo); Baal & Dix, La Ronde (Die-Cast); Eat Your Young (Boston Playwrights Theatre); Kate Crackeruts (The Flea); The Germans in Paris (Verse Theatre Manhattan). TV: Blue Bloods. Film: Flight of the Cardinal. MFA, Temple University. | Instagram: @rossosaurus23 |

Cianna Castro is an actor based out of Newark, New Jersey, and a graduate of Temple University with a BA in Acting. Her recent credits include All My Mothers Dream in Spanish (Azuka Theater), Ways of White Folks (Ego Po Theater), and Fabulation; or the Re-Education of the Undine (Temple Theaters), and she is beyond excited to be part of this story. In her spare time, you can find Cianna rock climbing or somewhere in a corner reading.

Rachel Handler is an actor/writer based in NYC. Since joining the disabled community she’s found a passion for writing, producing, and advocating for inclusion in every project she creates. Favorite theatre credits include OFF-BROADWAY: The Lucky Star, Alice Bliss (musical reading) REGIONAL: Bucks County Playhouse: The Music Man, Oklahoma, My Fair Lady. Select TV credits: Interview With the Vampire (AMC), NCIS: New Orleans (CBS), Law & Order: SVU (NBC), New Amsterdam (NBC). Rachel won the AT&T Underrepresented Filmmaker Award for her short Committed, and the Sundance Co//ab Monthly Challenge for her script The A Doesn’t Stand for Accessible. @Bionic.Brunette on Instagram and TikTok | @RachelHandler on Twitter/X |

Christian Prentice NEW YORK: Off-Broadway: The Blue Man Group. REGIONAL: The Cleveland Playhouse: The Life of Galileo | Cleveland Public Theatre: Fever/Dream | The Rose Bowl: Apollo 11 – The Immersive Live Show | Sierra Madre Playhouse: 4000 Miles | The Road Theatre Company: At The Table. FILM: Mank (Netflix); Proximity (Amazon); Cabrini (coming to theaters, Spring 2024). TV: Future Man (Hulu), The Neighborhood (CBS). | Follow along on Instagram @christianprentice |


Thank You to Our Supporters
Philadelphia Theatre Company is deeply grateful for the support we received from the many generous individuals, corporations, foundations, and government partners who contribute to PTC.
This list acknowledges donors from February 3, 2023 to January 10, 2024.

Executive Producers

Daniel Ritt

Rhonda & David L. Cohen
David & Nancy Colman
Sally Katz & David Price
The Estate of Monika Krug
Daryl & Ellen Morey

Dale & Richard Levy
Jerry & Cookie Riesenbach

Gary Deutsch & Susan Dornstein
Taibi Magar & Tyler Dobrowsky
Vibhat Nair & Jing Wang
Danielle Tapper


Kristin Bair
Alice L. George
Linda & David Glickstein
Glenn Gundersen & Susan Manix
John Hanamirian
Ryan Schrader
Elliot Schwartz
John Kuester III & Harper Seldin
Gayle & David Smith
Shel & Karen Thompson

Artists Circle 

John Alchin & Hal Marryatt
Tracy & Rick Burke
Steven J. Engelmyer, Esq. & Lisa Wershaw
Julia & Eugene Ericksen
Stephanie B. Fineman, Esq.
Greg & Holly Flanagan
Steve & Ellen Harris
Bill & Marta Kiesling
Wendy Macdonald
The Robert V & Judith A Spires Charitable Giving Fund
Laura & Richard Steel

Joseph & Laura Atkinson
Eric & Sue Baelen
Arthur & Janice Block
Kia Buckner, CPA
Jane & Joe Goldblum
Elliot Imani Griffin
Robert Victor & Alexandra Edsall

Dennis Bianchi & Jan Schaeffer
James Broderick & Miri Ascarelli
Michael & Ellen Singer Coleman
The Comcast Family
John & Carol Culhane
Mr. and Mrs. Steve G. Filton
Teresa Gavigan & Larry Besnoff
Ric & Mindee Harris
Geoffrey & Susan Kahn
Richard & Michele Kunis
Robin Palley
Don Rosenblit
Vesna & Howard Sacks
Paul & Aviva Silberberg
Joseph Torsella
Bettyruth Walter, PhD
John White, II
June & Stephen Wolfson

Performer’s Circle 

David & Ann Brownlee
Larry Ceisler & Lina Hartocollis
Dr. Sharon Dailey
Ms. Margaret C. Hallenbeck
Mr. Millage Holloway Jr.
Raymond Hubbard & Sally Sinclair-Hubbard
Bill Hooker & Mark Eichelberger
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kleinman
Mr. Jerome Napson
Patricia Saddier
Carol Saline & Paul Rathblott
Ned & Nancy Scharff
Jerry & Candace Schlief
Aimee Snead
Beth Burrel & David Sorensen
Richard Speizman & Faith Horowitz
Stanley & Velma Tilley
David Treatman
Carl & Terri Weiner
Tom Wirtshafter & Carol Marks

Dr. & Mrs. Victor Adlin
Robert Bowersox
Treva Burger
John & Teresa Cavenagh
Jonathan Edmondson
John H. Erickson & Harry I. Zaleznik
Mr. & Mrs. H. Robert Fiebach
Leo Gampa
Mark Garvin
Clara Gaines Parker
Margaret Green
Richard Hausch & Jeffrey Renninger
Terry Hirshorn
Karl Janowitz & Amy Goldman
Anne & Craig Jorgensen
David Lerman & Shelley Wallock
Susan Lerner
Joe Manko
Barbara McArdle
David S. Miller
Kim Mitchell-Smith
Gordon Pessano
Dr. Donna-Marie Peters
Barbara Plumeri
Matt Rappleye
Mariana Reyes
Neal & Sheila Schneider
Brittany Schrader
Paulette Singleton

Ina Asher
Janice Bogen
Kathleen Brooks
Yale Cohen & Heather Hersh
Rosina Coltellaro
John Custodio
Mrs. Sharon A. Dennison
Myrna Felt
Jean M. Findlay
Gardner Friedlander
Charles Gaglia & Sheila Dyan
Sara Garonzik
Professor Janet-Lynn Garrabrant
Joan D. Gmitter
Marshal & Tamar Granor
Ms. Susan Grater
Alan Greenberg
Alan & Sara-Ellen Greenberg
James & Maurita Griffin
Lee Hackett
Peggy Hawkins
Mr. David Ingram & Ms. Melanye D. Finister
Marlene & Bernard Jacobs
Chrissy Kind
Margaret Klein
Mary & Justin Klein
Mr. Daniel T. Lee
Natalie Levkovich
Mr. & Mrs. Lowell E. Mann
Larry & Lorraine McClain
Dr. Alan M. Mendelsohn & Ms. Mindy S. Shapiro
Richard E. Mitchell
Margo Moskowitz & Ben Tilley
James Pawelski & Suzann Pileggi
Claudia Pine-Simon
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rathmill
Joyce & Tim Ratner
Ellyn Rosenfeld
Dan & Barbara Rottenberg
Dr. Louis & Linda Schwartz
Lisa Semeraro
Deborah McColloch & Charles Valentine
Andrew & Patricia Toy
Ian Wachstein & Michele Zeldner
Thomas & Susan Walther
Kuna & Sam Yankell

Gifts in memory/honor

In Memory of Milkman
Mark Garvin

In honor of Cookie & Jerry Riesenbach
Myrna Felt

In honor of Elliot Schwartz
Paul & Aviva Silberberg

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage
Suzanne Roberts Cultural Development Fund

The William Penn Foundation

The Shubert Foundation
The Wyncote Foundation

Ann B. Ritt Charitable Foundation
The Lida Foundation
Philadelphia Cultural Fund
The Sylvia W. and Randle M. Kauders Foundation
Terrence McNally Foundation

Actor’s Equity Foundation
Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation
The Civic Foundation
Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation
Independence Foundation
Maxwell Strawbridge Charitable Trust
National Alliance for Musical Theatre
Philadelphia Fund Alliance

PTC receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

PTC has received support from FEMA, a federal agency.

Season Sponsors




— In honor of Jerry Riesenbach.

AmazonSmile Foundation
EisnerAmper LLC

Matching Gifts
MAC Capital Partners
Mondrian Investment Partners
PNC Bank
Vanguard Charitable
The William Penn Foundation

*Indicates in-kind contribution

The Terrence McNally Award



Box Office Hours
During Productions:
Mon-Sun: 12pm – 30 minutes after curtain
Between Productions:
Mon-Fri: 12pm – 6pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

Audio Described Performance
Saturday, February 10 at 2pm
For members who are visually impaired or low vision. Through provided assisted listening devices, a trained audio describer fills in the visual details and action on stage while it is performed live.

Open Caption Performance
Saturday, February 17 at 2pm
For audience members who are deaf or hard of hearing, a large LED captioning screen, positioned beside the stage, scrolls text of the dialogue/lyrics in tandem with the dialogue/lyrics of the performance.

ASL Interpreted Performance
Thursday, February 15 at 7pm
For audience members who are deaf or hard of hearing, a team of ASL interpreters will be positioned in the sight lines of Deaf patrons to interpret the performance from English into American Sign Language.

Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted listening headsets that wirelessly deliver all dialogue, music, and sound from the show at a personally adjustable volume are available for free at every PTC performance through the House Manager or concessionaire.

If you would like to discuss accommodations and accessibility in our facilities, please reach out to Patron Services Manager, Haley Fluke at

The use of photographic/recording devices is strictly prohibited. Please note: The audience may be photographed by PTC staff for archival and publicity purposes. If you prefer that your likeness not appear in PTC materials, please notify a House Manager.

Facility Rentals
Sydney Justice, Associate Production & Rentals Manager
215.985.1400 x110, or

Group Sales & Strategic Partnerships
For groups of 10 or more, please email 

Volunteer Opportunities
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer usher, reach out to Patron Services Manager Haley Fluke at

Public Transportation
The Suzanne Roberts Theatre is located at SEPTA Bus Stop ID# 15190 for Bus routes 4, 27, & 32 (on the southbound side of Broad Street). You can also access the theatre from the BSL at the Lombard/South Station by exiting towards Lombard. PATCO stations at 12/13th and 15/16th are approximately 0.4 miles from the theatre. SEPTA Suburban and Jefferson Regional Rail stations are approximately 1 mile from the theatre.

Parking is available at the Symphony House Garage by reserving ahead of time at Additional parking can be found across the street at 417 S Broad Street; or at the Parkway Avenue of the Arts parking garage by visiting: Please note: there is limited street parking available near the theatre, and is not guaranteed.

Restrooms, Elevator, Water Fountains
RESTROOMS are located on the orchestra level of the theatre and are ADA-compliant. The ELEVATOR, which may be used to reach the mezzanine level,  is located to the left of the concession stand. WATER FOUNTAINS are located outside the restrooms.

Lost & Found
If you have lost or found an item, please see the Box Office or House Manager. PTC is not responsible for the loss or theft of personal belongings.


We recognize and acknowledge that the Suzanne Roberts Theatre stands on the Indigenous territory known as “Lenapehoking,” the traditional homelands of the Lenape, also called Lenni-Lenape or Delaware Indians. These are the people who, during the 1680s, negotiated with William Penn to facilitate the founding of the colony of Pennsylvania. The Lenape diaspora includes five federally recognized nations in Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Ontario. Pennsylvania is one of only a few Eastern states that does not recognize any native tribes.

Here is a local organization you can support: We Are The Seeds

Learn more by visiting The Lenape Nation of PA Cultural Center in Easton, PA.


2023-24 Board of Directors

Glenn Gundersen, Chair
Vibhat Nair, PhD, Vice-Chair
Dr. Donna-Marie Peters, Secretary
John M. Hanamirian, Treasurer

Kristin Bair
Kia Buckner, CPA, CGMA
David L. Colman, AIA
Gary A. Deutsch
Tyler Dobrowsky, Co-Artistic Director
Steven Engelmyer
Elliot Griffin
Regina Hairston
Sally Katz
Taibi Magar, Co-Artistic Director
Daryl Morey
E. Gerald Riesenbach, Esq.
Ryan Schrader
Elliot Schwartz
Dani Tapper
David Treatman

Daryl Roth
Harold Wolpert

Sara Garonzik, Executive Producing Director Emeritus
Don Rosenblit, Chairman Emeritus*
Michael Coleman*
Julia Ericksen
Carol Saline
Sheldon L. Thompson*
Tracey B. Weiss

* Denotes Past President

Tyler Dobrowsky (Co-Artistic Director) previously worked at Trinity Rep as their Associate Artistic Director, and while there he commissioned a number of writers, such as George Brant, Jackie Sibblies Drury, Miranda Rose Hall, James Ijames, Whitney White, and Lauren Yee, co-founded YASI, Trinity’s summer camp for young people, and, working with Rhode Island Latino Arts, developed a free, bilingual, mobile theater program, Teatro en el Verano. Favorite directing credits include: A  Midsummer Night’s Dream, Little Shop of Horrors, Into The Breeches at Trinity, Macbeth in Stride at A.R.T.; The Big Meal and Morality Play at the Gamm; Capsule for The Public. He has taught at BU, Brown, NYU, Rhode Island College, and a number of other universities.

Taibi Magar (Co-Artistic Director) is a graduate of the Brown MFA program. NY credits include: Help (The Shed), Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (Signature Theatre, Lortel-winning) Capsule by Whitney White and Peter Mark Kendall (The Public Theater) Blue Ridge starring Marin Ireland and The Great Leap starring BD Wong (Atlantic Theater); Is God Is (Soho Rep, 2018 Obie Award;) and Underground Railroad Game (Ars Nova). She premiered the new musicals Macbeth In Stride and We Live In Cairo at A.R.T.. She is developing the commercial theatrical adaptation of Wonder by Jill Furman (book by Bess Wohl, music and lyrics by A Great Big World). Regional: CTG, Woolly Mammoth, Alley Theatre, The Guthrie, and Seattle Rep, among others. International: Hamburg Festival, Edinburgh Festival, Malthouse Theatre (Melbourne), and Soho Theatre (London). She received an Obie Award in 2018 and the SDC Breakout Award in 2019. Taibi has taught at University of the Arts, Juilliard, NYU and Brown.


Artistic Directors: Taibi Magar & Tyler Dobrowsky

Resident Artist: Jeffrey L. Page
Literary Intern: Amaya Dumas

Production & Rentals Manager: Jacob Gilbert
Associate Production & Rentals Manager: Sydney Justice
Head Carpenter: Daniel Barland
Assistant Carpenter: Patrick Dougherty
Wardrobe Supervisor: Danielle Joh
Wardrobe Assistant: Sabrina Reichert
Assistant Lighting Supervisor: Jeremy Hugo
Sound Supervisor: Olivia Denison
Video Supervisor: Brian Morsberger
Properties Supervisor: Alicia Crosby
House Assistant: Heather Pynne

Director of Marketing: Xiaomeng Sylvia Zhang
Public Relations: En Route

Institutional Giving Manager: Olivia Broderick
Development & Marketing Intern: Michael Wilkinson

Tessitura Manager: Amy Wilson
Co-Manager of Audience Services: Lauren Davenport
Co-Manager of Audience Services: Jonathan Wallace
Audience Services Associates: Nickolette Jones and Emily Wanamaker
Patron Services Manager: Haley Fluke
Front of House Staff: Andrew Beal, Caitlyn Davis, Roxanne Geers, Tom Irvin, Lisa M Johnson, Nickolette Jones, Mark Marano, Evan Mayorga, Bella Saltzer, Derek Smith
Custodial Services: Anago Cleaning Systems

Managing Director: Margo Moskowitz
Finance & Office Associate: Emily Cross

Director of Education & Public Programming: Anjoli Santiago